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Carlton AFL oddsThe Carlton Football Club is one of the traditional powerhouse teams in Australian footy. The Blues have won 16 VFL/AFL premierships – a record matched only by Essendon.

The last two decades or so have not been especially kind to Carlton. A series of salary cap breaches caught up with the club in 2002, sinking an already-struggling team into serious strife both on and off the field. Some ill-advised personnel changes have not helped (read Mick Malthouse), nor the emergence of the Gold Coast Suns and GWS Giants.

Things went from bad to worse in 2018 as the Blues finished bottom of the ladder with only two wins for the season. But with new recruits coming in and young guns such as Patrick Cripps and Charlie Curnow committed for the foreseeable future, not all hope is lost.

How far can the Blues go in the 2019 AFL Premiership season? Let’s see what the bookies have to say.

About the Carlton Football Club

Established: 1864
Home ground: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Coach: Brendon Bolton
Captains: Patrick Cripps and Sam Docherty
Premierships: 16 – 1906, 1907, 1908, 1914, 1915, 1938, 1945, 1947, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1987, 1995
2018 ladder finish: 18th

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2019 Premiership Make Finals Wooden Spoon Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $151 $8 $3.50 P Cripps $12 C Curnow $34
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Carlton 2019 AFL fixture

Blues AFL games
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Richmond Tigers MCG Thursday, March 21 7:20pm AEDT
2 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Saturday, March 30 4:40pm ACDT
3 Sydney Swans SCG Friday, April 7 1:45pm AEDT
4 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium Sunday, April 14 2:40pm AEST
5 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Sunday, April 21 1:10pm AEST
6 Hawthorn Hawks UTAS Stadium Sunday, April 28 3:20pm AEST
7 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium Sunday, May 5 1:10pm AEST
8 Collingwood Magpies MCG Saturday, May 11 1:45pm AEST
9 GWS Giants Sydney Showground Sunday, May 19 4:40pm AEST
10 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Sunday, May 26 3:20pm AEST
11 Essendon Bombers MCG Sunday, June 2 3:20pm AEST
12 Brisbane Lions Marvel Stadium Saturday, June 8 1:45pm AEST
13 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Saturday, June 15 7:25pm AEST
14 BYE
15 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Sunday, June 30 3:20pm AWST
16 Melbourne Demons MCG Sunday, July 7 1:10pm AEST
17 Sydney Swans SCG Saturday, July 13 1:45pm AEST
18 Gold Coast Suns Marvel Stadium Saturday, July 20 2:10pm AEST
19 Adelaide Crows Marvel Stadium Saturday, July 27 2:10pm AEST
20 West Coast Eagles Marvel Stadium Sunday, August 4 3:20pm AEST
21 Richmond Tigers MCG Sunday, August 11 3:20pm AEST
22 St Kilda Saints MCG Saturday, August 17 1:45pm AEST
23 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium TBD TBD

2018 Carlton squad

carlton 2018 players
Player DOB Games Goals Position Recruited from
1. Jack Silvagni 17/12/1997 28 26 Forward Oakleigh Chargers
2. Paddy Dow 16/10/1999 Midfield Bendigo Pioneers
3. Marc Murphy 19/7/1987 236 168 Midfield Oakleigh Chargers
4. Lochie O’Brien 18/9/1999 Midfield Bendigo Pioneers
5. Sam Petrevski-Seton 19/2/1998 20 10 Midfield Claremont (WA)
6. Kade Simpson 5/5/1984 286 131 Mid/def Eastern Ranges
7. Matthew Kennedy 6/4/1997 19 7 Midfield GWS Giants
8. Matthew Kreuzer 13/5/1989 161 84 Ruck/fwd Northern Knights
9. Patrick Cripps 18/3/1995 59 23 Midfield East Fremantle
10. Harry McKay 24/12/1997 2 3 Forward Gippsland Power
11. Sam Kerridge 26/4/1993 59 31 Midfield Adelaide Crows
12. Tom De Koning 16/7/1999 Ruck/fwd Dandenong Stingrays
13. Jed Lamb 19/2/1992 48 36 Forward GWS Giants
14. Liam Jones 24/2/1991 95 84 Def/fwd Western Bulldogs
15. Sam Docherty 17/10/1993 92 14 Defence Brisbane Lions
16. Darcy Lang 21/11/1995 44 31 Mid/fwd Geelong
17. Sam Rowe 19/11/1987 82 16 Def/ruck Norwood
18. Aaron Mullett 23/2/1992 85 31 Defence North Melbourne
19. Angus Schumacher 16/3/1999 Defender Bendigo Pioneers
20. Lachie Plowman 11/9/1994 60 1 Defence GWS Giants
21. Jarrod Garlett 3/5/1996 17 10 Forward Gold Coast Suns
22. Caleb Marchbank 7/12/1996 23 0 Defence GWS Giants
23. Jacob Weitering 23/11/1997 42 9 Defence Dandenong Stingrays
24. Cam O’Shea 13/3/1992 81 7 Defence Northern Blues VFL
25. Zac Fisher 17/6/1998 17 4 Midfield Perth
26. Harrison Macreadie 11/4/1998 8 0 Defence Henty/GWS Academy
27. Matthew Lobbe 12/2/1989 92 21 Ruck Port Adelaide
28. David Cunningham 30/3/1997 11 6 Midfield Oakleigh Chargers
29. Cameron Polson 11/3/1998 1 0 Midfield Sandringham Dragons
30. Charlie Curnow 3/2/1997 27 25 Forward Geelong Falcons
31. Tom Williamson 12/12/1998 15 1 Midfield North Ballarat Rebels
32. Nick Graham 12/6/1994 38 10 Midfield Gippsland Power
33. Jarrod Pickett 18/8/1996 10 6 Fwd/mid GWS Giants
34. Andrew Phillips 3/7/1991 31 11 Ruck GWS Giants
35. Ed Curnow 7/11/1989 122 22 Midfield Box Hill Hawks
36. Pat Kerr 31/7/1998 Forward Oakleigh Chargers
38. Ciaran Byrne 6/4/1994 15 0 Defence County Louth GAA
39. Dale Thomas 21/6/1987 218 149 Mid/fwd Collingwood
41. Levi Casboult 15/3/1990 94 105 Forward Dandenong Stingrays
46. Matthew Wright 14/2/1989 138 115 Mid/fwd Adelaide Crows

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